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Total Solar Eclipse: How to See it Safely

The much anticipated once-in-a-lifetime celestial event – where the moon and sun have the same apparent size – will take place nationwide on Monday, August 21. The total eclipse will cross the continental United States, and Nashville, Tennessee, is predicted to be one of the most traveled places to witness the event being the largest…
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HCA Nurse's Week Hospital Prom Women's and Children's Prom
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Nurses Throw Prom for Hospitalized Teen at The Children’s Hospital at TriStar Centennial

Prom is one of the most important and memorable moments in a teen’s life. But Caroline Reynolds, a 17-year old patient at The Children’s Hospital at TriStar Centennial, missed this rite of passage due to a recent hospitalization. That is, until an unlikely “promposal” from several nurses gave her a night she would never forget.…
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Women's and Children's Teen Depression suicide
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The Good, The Bad & The Why “13 Reasons Why” is Striking a Chord

They’re calling it the new must-see series on Netflix. But it’s giving pause to some schools, parents and mental health experts. 13 Reasons Why, whether you like it or not, has sparked a crucial – and perhaps overdue – conversation about youth suicide. Based on a young adult (YA) novel of the same name, 13…
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HCA Women's and Children's Hands Domestic Violence infection prevention
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TriStar Centennial Medical Center Caregivers Take on Domestic Violence

Less than two years after a mass shooting killed 14 people in San Bernardino, tragedy struck the California community again last Monday when an elementary school teacher was fatally shot by her husband in an apparent domestic violence incident. The abuser also killed an eight-year-old boy and wounded another child, before turning the gun on…
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